Kalanchoe Milloti In 2 | 3 Inch Pot

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Kalanchoe Milotti- Perennial succulent with sub-shrub, ovate white-hairy leaves. Available in many sizes.

Rs. 149.00
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Kalanchoe Milotti is a low growing perennial succulent with sub-shrub with ovate white-hairy leaves.
You Order Includes 
Plant
2" | 3" width approx as per the size selected.
Pot
New 2" | 3" Pot - as per the Plant selected
Soil Mixture 
Plant Soil is a mixture of Cocopeat, red soil, wash sand and organic manure.

How the Succulents are shipped?

In general, succulents are packed and sent just like any other plants. In some special cases, where the ornamental plants' leaves are very delicate and have the chance of rotting. In such case, the plant is uprooted, and their roots are dried and packed separately along with Soil Mixture and Pot. Many people ask how bare-root succulents can survive for 7-8 days without water. The answer is succulents are hardy plants which store the water in fleshy leaves, stems or roots and survive without water for days during the transportation. And we take utmost care of the plants during the packing to minimize the leaves damage during transportation. 

The BOX PACKAGE contains the Bare Root Plants, Pots, and Planting Soil. The plant soil is a mixture of Cocopeat, Red Soil, Perlite and Sand / Vermiculture.

In general, succulents are sun-loving plants. They grow well in winter seasons and goes to dormancy in summers. In the Indian climate, if the temperature rises beyond 42 degrees then it causes sunburn to the succulent. During these high-rise temperatures, the succulents should be brought back into the semi-shade area. During rainy seasons succulents should be kept away from the rain because the rainwater will cause over watering which in turn will rot the plant.

Plant Care

Potting Mixture -   The potting mix should consist of Red Soil, Perlite and Sand/Pumice and Cocopeat in the equal proportion and additional Vermiculture/Cow Dung Manure.

Pot Size - The ideal pot size shall range from 2 Inch to 4 Inch. The succulents have shorter roots, so they do not require bigger pots. Once the roots are grown in smaller pots it creates root bonding which helps in faster growth.

Watering - Watering succulent plants should not be very frequently. They should only be watered once when the soil is completely dry.

Pesticide - In general, mealybug is the enemies of the succulents. Movento can be used once in a weak. Read instructions carefully before use.

Fertilizer - 19-19-19 water-soluble shall be used once in 15 days

Procedure to Repot the Succulent Plant

The Pot size shall be between 2 inches to 4 inches, whichever is selected while placing the order. The pot contains the fresh soil, which is a mixture of Cocopeat, Red Soil, Perlite, Sand and organic manure as per the requirement of the plant. Dig the soil and place the plant in the centre of the pot. DO NOT THE WATER PLANT IMMEDIATELY AFTER REPOT. Keep the plant in indirect bright light location for 1-2 days. At the end of 2nd days, you shall sprinkle the water and remain to keep the plant at the same location. On 3rd day bring the plant to the indirect bright sunlight.  

 

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